I been wanting to make some letter blocks with the extra scrap wood we had in the garage, and I finally completed a set.
And the best part about these blocks is that they are reversible!
Why make 2 separate sets for the Holidays when I only need 1 set of reversible holiday blocks. Saves time and space!
I started by cutting a 2 x 4 board down to random sizes.
I used Minwax Color Express in onyx to stain the outside edges of the blocks. This product is great in that it is a water based product, which means easy clean up and low order. It is a wiping stain and sealer in one.
While the stain was drying, I cut out the sizes of my paper. I also used Cameron (Silhouette Cameo) to cut out my vinyl letters.
I transferred the letters on to the scrapbook paper and sealed the paper unto the wood blocks with Mod Podge. I like to use 2 coats of Mod Podge to seal my projects.
I loved how these turned out and I will be making some more. I will be trying out the other colors from Minwax color express.
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